Walnut Creek, CA (July 19, 2012) -- The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Contra Costa County (H5C), Mayor Bob Simmons and several other local dignitaries cut the ceremonial red ribbon yesterday, July 18th, to officially welcome Harvest Market restaurant located in 1633 Bonanza Street. There grab-n-go menu offers organic, local produce, local bread with gluten free options for everyone to enjoy.
“Damian de la Rosa, owner of Harvest Market, had a rough time starting his business, as many new businesses face, but once it was up and running, his healthy food options gained wide popularity and is now launching a new menu with new dinner options” said Eric Maldonado, President of H5C.
Harvest Market offers people with fast, healthy and organic food choices. As Damian de la Rosa and Michael Mortensen say, “There’s no excuse to eat food that is bad for you.”
The hours of operation are 11:00am to 9:00pm everyday, Monday through Sunday located on 1633 Bonanza Street.
The mission of the Hispanic Chamber is to develop, enhance and promote valuable business opportunities for our members while providing a special emphasis on education, cultural awareness and available resources within the Hispanic Community and Contra Costa County overall.